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Age: 31
Occupation: Roman Catholic Priest
Height: 5'8
Registered: Aug 2019

#1
Gabriel entered the bakery, dressed in black cassock and roman collar, and a black coat over it, for it was cold and rainy. He was still getting to know the people in town. He knew those who regularly attended Mass now, but they were few. Some of the wealthy parishioners had even stopped coming, although he had seen two new working class families. The bishop had already sent him an angry letter telling him he was draining the parish of its resources and that whatever the problem was, he needed to fix it. Gabriel had meant to write back and ask the bishop for advice on how to get a camel to crawl through a needle's eye, but he had figured that that wouldn't help him in the long run, and so he hadn't replied yet. But Gabriel wasn't going to stop trying to improve some things in town, and this visit was hopefully part of it.
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Pronouns: She her
Age: 22
Occupation: Baker
Height: 5'3
Registered: Nov 2019

#2
Elizabeth was putting the bread she had been working on with her father. He mostly worked in the back while she moved between the back and front of house where her mother usually serves the tills but she was home tonight. 

She was patting the flour of her hands when she saw the man knowing as Gabriel who ran the church. She often went on Sunday as her family were firm believers, she smiled to him now as she noticed him in the bakery. 

" Greetings Gabriel what can I help you with today?" she asked gently " We have a lot of fresh goods." 

She had no idea what he wanted really but she was sure he'd tell her. 
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247 Posts
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Age: 31
Occupation: Roman Catholic Priest
Height: 5'8
Registered: Aug 2019

#3
She took more liberty than he was comfortable with, but he forced a smile. "Good morning, miss Baker. I hope you are well." He looked at the breads on display. "Two of these buns, please, and two of these." He pointed. Usually his housekeeper did his groceries, but Gabriel felt it would be rude to show up with a request without buying anything. Maybe he could use the bread to bribe kids to come to catechism class. Rumour was that it did miracles for the new teacher, Mr. Meijer.
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